Indiana Lions limited Marion Center to a single hit and used a three-run second inning to cruise to a 5-2 win in an Indiana County Youth Legion baseball game Wednesday at Lions Field.
Cameron Allmendinger struck out nine, walked two and allowed one hit in five innings of relief for Indiana Lions. Allmendinger also had two hits, including a double, scored two runs and drove in a run.
Izaak Gray singled and doubled for Indiana Lions. Winning pitcher Ryan Hoff struck out three and allowed no hits in two innings.
After falling behind 2-1 in the second inning, Indiana Lions plated three runs in the bottom half of the inning to take the lead for good.
Kyle Kinter notched Marion Center’s lone hit, a single in the sixth.
Indiana Lions (3-1) plays host to Walbeck Insurance today. Marion Center (0-7) welcomes United on Friday.
Thomas leads McDonald’s to win
Luke Thomas went 4-for-4 and drove in the game-winning run to lead McDonald’s to a 4-3 win over McGill’s in an Indiana Little League baseball game Tuesday at Indiana Regional Medical Center Field.
With the game tied 3-3 in the top of the seventh inning, Thomas tripled to score Gunner Sharp for the eventual game-winning run.
Thomas also allowed no runs and just two hits in five innings of relief to earn the win.
Joey Bujdos ripped an RBI double for McGill’s.
• Creps edged McDonald’s, 11-10, in the first game of an Indiana Little League baseball doubleheader Sunday.
Keegan Ryan, Grant Harkleroad and Austin Homer each had two hits for Creps.
Axel Kovalchick led McDonald’s with two hits, including a homer. Gunner Sharp had three hits and two RBIs.
In the second game, McDonald’s mustered just three hits but stole home twice in the sixth to nip Creps, 6-5.
Kovalchick stole home to tie the game, 5-5. Ryan Pasternak then stole home to score the game-winning run.
Pitchers Ewing Greenhill and Luke Thomas combined to rack up 16 strikeouts and allow just six hits for McDonald’s.
Alec Petroff singled twice to lead Creps. Petroff and Ryan shared pitching duties.
Meadow Lane names winners
The Meadow Lane Ladies 18-Hole Golf League named its winners from Wednesday’s event.
Flora Isenberg and Kathy Glassford were the tournament winners. Glassford was a special event winner for most low putts on odd numbered holes.
Indian Springs names winners
Carrie Harshyne and Diane Fako were the winners in the Indian Springs Tuesday Morning Ladies Golf League this week.
Harshyne won Reno Putts, and Fako won low Putts.
Fako and Ginny McGinnis had chip-ins, and McGinnis, Diane Daskivich and Connie Minich had birdies.
IASB teams win four of seven
Indiana Area Soccer Boosters teams went 4-3 over the weekend.
• The U-10 girls’ Lightning thumped Yough, 11-1.
Emily Sebring and Isabella Garzarelli each netted four goals. Emily Scherf, Giavonna Spadafora and Sophia Garzarelli tacked on a goal apiece. Scherf and Sophia Garzarelli shared goaltending duties.
• The U-10 Blackhawks defeated East Allegheny, 5-2.
Vince Belice led Indiana with four goals and an assist. Isaac Myers added a goal, and Noah Grattan and Dominic Groman each chipped in an assist. Groman and Jack Mock each played goalie.
• The U-10 Red Hawks outlasted Loyalhanna, 7-4, in an offensive shootout.
Aaron McKelvy notched four goals and an assist for Indiana. Ethan Shearer had three goals and two assists, and Ethan Black and Evan Jackson each added an assist. Jack Turner and McKelvy shared goaltending duties.
• The U-12 Red Hawks blanked Penn Hills, 8-0.
Isaac Argueta-Valle scored two goals for Indiana. Trevor Walls, Zach Somerville, Cian Williamson-Rea, Julian Yerger, Veronika Voldopyanova and Andrew Rubenstein each added a goal.
Williamson-Rea, Voldopyanova, Argueta-Valle and Walls combined for the shutout in goal.
• The U-12 girls’ Thunder lost to Hempfield, 2-1.
Grace Mullen scored Indiana’s lone goal. Jenna Monteleone, Ella Spadafora and Mullen each played goalie.
• The U-12 Blackhawks fell to the Penn-Trafford Galaxy, 3-1.
Connor Ballas scored Indiana’s only goal. Luke Ciocca and Jameson Kutz each had an assist. Kutz and Sam Meil shared goal tending duties.
• The U-14 team lost to Somerset , 6-0.
Charlie Bennett and Drew Hastings each played goalie.
Physicals set at Indiana
Physicals for students at Indiana junior and senior high schools planning to participate in a sport in the 2013-14 school year will be held on Saturday, June 15, at the high school.
Physicals will be conducted according to the following schedule: ninth through 12th grades, last names beginning with A-M, 8 a.m.; last names beginning with N-Z, 9 a.m.; junior high, last names beginning with A-M, 9:45 a.m.; and last names beginning with N-Z, 10:15 a.m.
No physicals will be administered after 11 a.m.
Students should bring a completed pre-participation physical form and wear shorts and a T-shirt. Forms can be picked up in the junior or senior high nurse’s office or main office or can be downloaded from the school website, www.iasd.cc. There is no charge.
For information, call (724) 463-3530 or (724) 463-8568.
Camp set at Penns Manor
KENWOOD — The Penns Manor High School boys’ and girls’ basketball program will hold a camp this summer.
The camp will be held June 17 to 21 from 8 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. It is open to any boy or girl entering grades 3 to 7.
The cost is $50 before June 1 and $60 after May 31.
Registration forms are available at pmes.pennsmanor.org.
For information, contact Jason Miloser at (724) 840-6796 or firstname.lastname@example.org or Chad Kuzemchak at (724) 272-8852 or email@example.com.
IUP baseball camp set
The IUP baseball team will hold a summer camp from June 17 to 20 for players ages 7-15. The camp will run from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily. The cost is $110 with an early registration, and $125 the week of the camp.
The camp is an opportunity for players to receive instruction from the IUP baseball and coaching staff and current players. The camp will be held at the Owen J. Dougherty complex on IUP’s South Campus.
For information and registration, visit www.iup.edu/camps or email head coach Jeff Ditch at firstname.lastname@example.org.